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What BIPOC Authors Need to Know About Academic Book Publishing
A FREE ONLINE PANEL DISCUSSION HOSTED BY MANUSCRIPT WORKS

Racism and inequity are real problems in scholarly book publishing, at both structural and individual levels. This panel will address those issues head-on and offer insight and strategies for scholars who are preparing to navigate the process of pitching and publishing their academic books.

While some general demystification of the publishing process will be included in the discussion, this will not be another colorblind publishing panel. This will be a chance to have your experiences validated and to learn from publishing professionals who have faced similar issues in their own careers, in both academia and academic publishing.

PANELISTS
Dominique J. Moore, Acquisitions Editor, University of Illinois Press
Jenny Tan, Acquisitions Editor, University of Pennsylvania Press
Karma R. Chávez, Series Editor, The Ohio State University Press
Moderator: Laura Portwood-Stacer, Manuscript Works

Recording and transcript will be provided to all registrants.
You do not have to attend live.

Nov 12, 2021 10:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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